So did the cards ever get sent out? They did a complete rebrand aside from their logo so this is looking pretty bad. I remember they got delisted from Binance a while back, but I wonder who still has this coin up for trade? It used to be a pretty standard pump coin so it's sad to see that their project basically failed.
So far, the cards have been sent out in Singapore and even worked for a while, the videos were laid out. Then everything went quiet, it is unclear whether they are working now or not, because it skipped the info that the cards were suspended.
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